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, moscone north and moscone west. and in that order. and those were backed by hotel tax revenue. in addition, in 2009 the board approved the delivery of certificates of participation as well as the establishment of a [speaker not understood] improvement district allowing for the district to levy assessmentses of up to 1.5% to do improvements. .5% of that was available towards improvement of moscone and the city also contributed by way of certificates of participation to the 56 million improvement that is now at moscone. so, we've already established that partnership whereas in the first three pieces were voter approved and this is nonvoter approved. and we also partnered with sf travel improvement. we are now proposing as part of the expansion another collaboration. so, this is similar to what we've done historically. >> thank you. >> this slide is a highlight of attachment 3 of the budget analyst and legislative report. it shows you a huge cash flow. we are proposing a not to exceed amount of 507.9 million, and we've assumed an interest rate of 6%. we are requesting that as part of the appr
in san francisco including the room tax collection, job creation is due in large part because of the passage of the tid four years ago. so we encourage your favorable response at this time. thank you. >> sure. >> good morning, chair, supervisors avalos and mar. my name is brook [speaker not understood]. today i will go over a few slides to discuss the project's phasing and square footages to familiarize you on the project. so, we have an investment opportunity to expand an important facility for san francisco, that's the moscone convention center. the slide that you see before you today, we are looking to add about 26,000 square feet of meeting rooms to bring it up to 85,000. 80,000 square foot or more of contiguous exhibit space which is the most important space for the convention center. up to 87,000 in multi-purpose space and 178,000 of support spaces such as loading, service, restaurants and things like that. the -- one of the key objections of the expansion project would be to maintain continuous operation during the construction for the expansion of the moscone conventio
.6 million from the general reserve for the gross receipts tax implementation planning for fy 2012-13 and amending the salary ordinance and reflecting the addition of five positions this the treasury of tax collector. >> same hots same call this item is passed on the first reading. >> item 27. >> item 27 is performing work under city contracts. >> same house same call this resolution is adopted. >> item 28 is a resolution approving the fourth contract amendment with i c f resour for renybble contract change and resours and increasing the amount of contract by 20.4 million. >> this resolution is adopted item 29. >> item 29 is a resolution approvalling the prepayment and collection agreement between bay area water supply and public utilities chex for a term ending 2036. >> next item. >> item 30 is a resolution authorizing the department of emergency management to retrotively accept and extend an emergency management performance grant in the amount of 289.6000 for preparedness compatibilityings for the period of july 30, 2012 through june 2013. >> this resolution i
tax dollars to complement and support of the city funded infrastructure investment coming from voter approved initiatives such as the street bond that we all i think worked on. working in tandem with mta to deliver pedestrian safety, traffic calming and other improvements faster and more efficiently and very fair and process to select our executive director. i believe that commissioner avalos will be able to handily take the wheel and help us usher and addresses key issues that i've outlined today. thank you. >> thank you commissioner, before i turn to commissioner wiener, i want to ask if there is any other member of the public who like to say something else on this item? public comment on this is closed. commissioner wiener. >>i'm happy to support commissioner avalos as chair. sometimes something to get lost in the debates is that even though we have areas of disagreement but often get a lot of attention, a lot of press coverage because anytime you have a big dispute at city hall that is likely to get the attention, in reality when it comes to transportation policy in the city
in their homes. on the federal level congress has passed a number of laws reducing the tax burden on homeowners facing foreclosure, expanding home ownership counseling, expanding the the federal housing administration to play a larger role for those at risk of foreclosure. obama signed the home affordable refinance program in 2010. locally we've done many things. in january 2008, this board of supervisors established a san francisco fair lending working group, with its number one policy recommendation of whenever possible, home ownership should be preserved and foreclosure prevented. this promotes family stability in our neighborhoods and community. second of all, the goal of this legislation was to provide security for tenants in t.i.c. buildings. supervisor wiener as coauthor want to ensure that tenants in t.i.c. buildings which might take advantage of this legislation will be presented. we wanted to provide the greatest security possible for existing tenants to be secure in their units and our legislation has done exactly that. let me specifically address this to many of the people in the ha
we earn playing and shopping here. we care about each other and pay taxes to provide services to everyone. in fact, my co-owners and i have paid over $250,000 in property taxes to the city of san francisco since we purchased in 2007. in the same period of time two similarly sized tenant occupied buildings on our block have paid less than 40,000 combined. that's due to prop 13. we are san francisco's middle class and we need help. although we don't attend meetings in protest we still deserve to have the full board consider this legislation which will allow us to help ourselves. i also wanted to thank the people in opposition who have acknowledged our common goals and that we need help but state that long-term solutions which i believe we need in condo reform isn't going to help any of us. we're going to be forced to sell and dump this problem in new owners -- >> chair wiener: thank you very much. next speaker. i've called all the cards. if there's anyone else who would like to speak just get in line, otherwise this will be the last speaker. >> jake, i live in a six unit t.i.c.
may our taxes. and we're not going anywhere. we're here for the long haul. but we see people in our building who have sold, and our building renovated sold in 10 minutes to us, and other people who bought. but it's taken over a year to sell them because of the hoops the banks make the new buyers go through. and i just think it's the next right thing to do. and i love to see $20 million go into affordable housing. thank you very much. >> chair wiener: thank you. next speaker. >> i want to -- mike muylan that was my wife. i agree and support what she said because it's better off for me. we live in a t.i.c., it's very diverse, and the occupants in both jobs and ethnicity, we have chinese, vietnamese, people in marketing, we have a landscaper, and some that are semiretired. i looked up data from 2010 and it looked like at the time they said there's 65% of the units in san francisco are rented. that's 220,000 units and 35% are owned. that's 123,000. so this legislation, which is about a one-time -- roughly might be 2,000 units, is less than 1% of the available rental units at the time. i
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